The Austin, Texas home of designer Consuelo Pierrepont Spitler of Sway Studio is so beautifully curated and filled with a motley of antique pieces that are unique and quite obviously treasured. It’s a mish-mash I can 100% get behind.
Some photos by Mia Baxter for Domino
Elegant and welcoming with a strict neutral palette. Design classics mixed with cultural references. Modern yet classic. Pinch me because I think I’m dreaming. Where are we? El Duque in Madrid’s Conde Orgaz area by interior design duo Espejo & Goyanes.
Photography by Montse Garriga
“The Hampton project was a total renovation of an existing 1920’s Californian Bungalow in a Heritage Overlay precinct. It included a second storey addition, total internal update of all rooms, inground pool and landscaping and garage.”
And when I say Hampton I mean the suburb of Hampton in Melbourne. The renovation was purposely for resale but that didn’t stop Michelle Hart of Bask Interiors from creating the dream family home with a Hamptons with a modern twist interior.
Amid the hills and forest of Ibiza lies a newly built white-washed villa that exudes comfort and is understatedly luxurious. Designed by South African La Grange Interiors, this modern finca is a magical escape for an urban couple with a neutral palette and an incredibly beautiful exterior. (Photos: Elsa Young)
When Batiik Studio transformed an old workshop in the 9th Arrondissement into a chic Parisian apartment the emphasis was on soaring ceilings and light circulating throughout the space. A neutral colour palette is matched with natural materials while a stunning gallery wall of art climbs the stairs in this warm and inviting three level home.
Photography by Giaime Meloni